Job openings in U.S. eased in May for a second month

WASHINGTON – United States job openings unexpectedly cooled in May for a second month, signaling a pause in demand for workers ahead of a surge in June payrolls growth that indicates a still-robust American labor market. The number of positions waiting to be filled were little changed in May at 7.32 million after a revised…

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